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Y-CHROMOSOMAL SHORT TANDEM REPEAT LOCUS DYS385 VARIATIONS IN HMONG ETHNIC GROUP OF NORTHERN THAILAND

@inproceedings{Kampuansai2012YCHROMOSOMALST,
  title={Y-CHROMOSOMAL SHORT TANDEM REPEAT LOCUS DYS385 VARIATIONS IN HMONG ETHNIC GROUP OF NORTHERN THAILAND},
  author={Jatupol Kampuansai and Kullaporn Totsparin},
  year={2012}
}
DYS385 is a polymorphic marker on the Y chromosome. The distribution of DYS385 genotypes was studied in five Hmong populations residing in the northern part of Thailand. Genotype 13–21 was the most frequently observed in the Hmong. The haplotype diversity of the Hmong (0.8916, n = 90) was lower than the previously investigated in the Northern Thai population. The genetic relationship using DYS385 variations does not correlate with the Hmong cultural variety (White Hmong and Black Hmong) or… 

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